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  1. Decentralized Wastewater Treatment for the Removal of Pathogens and Organic Contaminants via Combined Foam Fractionation and Submerged Pulsed Spark Plasma

    SBC: AA Plasma LLC            Topic: 1A

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    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Catalyst Facilitated Waste Water Treatment (CFWWT) System with Hot Water Production

    SBC: Altex Technologies Corporation            Topic: 1A

    Building scale wastewater treatment systems are needed to support the reuse of water in arid regions and reduce the burden on combined storm water and wastewater sewer infrastructure in very wet regions. Current bacteria based natural treatment systems have slow reaction rates and would have too large a footprint for modular wastewater treatment systems for buildings. The proposed Catalyst Facilit ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Modular Household Water Reuse (MHWR)

    SBC: Altex Technologies Corporation            Topic: 1A

    According to Department of Housing and Urban Development, approximately 32.6 million residences, or 24.6% of housing in the U.S. are multifamily. For these residents the cost of water is included in their rent and, therefore, there is no incentive for the residents to save water. Low-cost modular technologies are needed that building owners can implement on site to treat water locally, as a result ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Modular STORM REGEN® Technology for De-Centralized Water Reuse

    SBC: Environmental Business Solutions, Inc.            Topic: 1A

    Environmental Business Solutions, Inc., (EBS) President, James Hinkley, is the inventor of STORM REGEN® - a patented, lab tested technology solution, providing a modular, decentralized mobile treatment process for the specific purpose of non-potable water reuse at the original point source when cleaning a storm pretreatment system. EBS is a valued service provider in the Northwest, with 22 years ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. A compact, modular wastewater treatment system for non-potable reuse of household greywater

    SBC: Triangle Environmental Health Initiative LLC            Topic: 1A

    Triangle Environmental proposes a compact, modular system for rapid, fully-automated treatment of domestic greywater for non-potable onsite reuse. There is an expected 40% global shortfall between supply and demand of water by 2030. The current standard of household water use, in which potable water is used for all applications, is therefore unsustainable. Alternate water sources can be used for a ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. Water harvesting in cooling towers

    SBC: Infinite Cooling Inc.            Topic: 1A

    We are on the path to an extreme freshwater shortage and one of the US’s largest water consumers is cooling towers used in various applications such as HVAC for large buildings, power plants, data centers, and various industrial processes. In cooling towers, water is evaporated to provide cooling. The vapor is released into the atmosphere and typically forms a visible condensation plume as it mi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. A smart-sensor approach to automating and optimizing agricultural water reuse

    SBC: Quantitative Biosciences, Inc.            Topic: 1B

    Access to clean, reliable water supplies is critical to our quality of life and our economy, yet across the country millions of Americans do not have access to groundwater that meets drinking water standards. The contaminants that plague drinking water range from common water toxins, such as arsenic and cadmium, to excess nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus), which are particularly problematic in a ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Unearthing Lead Service Lines: An Operational Geospatial Data Platform

    SBC: Unearth Technologies Inc.            Topic: 1C

    An estimated 6.1 to 10 million Lead Service Lines (LSLs) in the United States will require upwards of $47.0 billion to replace given existing methods. With the high costs and data challenges associated with LSL identification, and the multi-decade replacement backlog, the EPA is seeking innovative technologies to increase operational efficiency of LSLR programs and enable data-driven prioritizatio ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. Egret- A LIDAR Sensor for Storm Water Monitoring

    SBC: Michigan Aerospace Corporation            Topic: 1D

    Michigan Aerospace proposes to retrofit the Egret LIDAR technology to improve operation stormwater management infrastructure. The Egret LIDAR is a novel sensor that can monitor stormwater without submersion. Using LIDAR remote sensing, the Egret can measure turbidity, surface height, water depth, flow speed, and suspended particle sizes from above the water surface. The Egret measures water proper ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. A fieldable, portable, reagent-free microplastic sensor enabling rapid readout and modular operation

    SBC: TRIPLE RING TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: 1E

    The proposed technology addresses an unmet need in environmental sensing - providing a fieldable, portable microplastic sensor that quantifies the number of plastic particles and separates the plastics from the non-plastics for subsequent polymer identification. Readout will be provided in minutes (compared with hours required by current laboratory techniques), with no need for reagents or chemica ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Environmental Protection Agency
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